Are we inside or outside the car? Hmm…
Inside. My father’s ’62 Parisienne two door hard top had something similar on the inside B pillar.
It’s from a roughly ’66-’69 suicide Lincoln.
“Are we inside or outside the car?”. Yes Tom. Yes we are. 😉
Are we inside the car or is the car inside us??
What? You mean you don’t buy it as a hub cap? 🙂
Shhhhh!!! You’re not supposed to give us clues!!!
Scott, it’s the ejection button, so one can do both in short order.
You’re both wrong, it is the rare Factory Doorbell Option for the Belchfire Eight!
Lol, gentlemen I bow to your senses of humorositiness.
Belchfire 8. Cannot remember the reference! I know it but can’t bring it back.
Does this ring a bell? One of my favorite books ever.
Oh wait a minute, there weren’t any Belchfire Bulgemobiles. Who was the maker??
Belchfire? Isn’t that what happens if you don’t Spitfire quick enough?
It looks like an interior courtesy light on a `64 Dodge or Plymouth two door by the shape of the roof,if that is indeed the roof.
It is a protest by a bored designer who is frustrated because he is unable to fully utilize his talents.
I’ve seen that light in a lot of 60s Fords, If I were to guess I’d probably say a Flairbird hardtop but I’m probably wrong.
Its a shark! Look, that’s the eye…..and don’t tell me I don’t know what a shark looks like……..And I’ll tell you, you better go and hire someone to kill it, cause I’m not going through that hell again!
A C-pillar courtesy lamp for sure. I’m 99% certain it’s from a Ford product, possibly a 67-68 Cougar, but I don’t remember the trim material looking formed like that.
I’m pretty certain it’s from a 67 / 68 Cougar. Mine looked exactly like that.
its the courtesy light rear for a Lincoln Continental from the 1960s.
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